My Indian Ring Neck Parrot Which i had buy before 5 days he is not making any noise, i m worried abt it

by Krutika
(Delhi)

Hi dear,


plz help me out I have boughtIndian ring Neck Parrot before 5 days but till date he is not making any noise. even he is not comming near to mee. abd whole day he makes round in to the cage and traying to cut the cage.

he is very mischievous but he doesent make any noise Why ?

plz help me how i tamed my wild Indian ring Neck ?

awaiting for your early reply

Thanks & Regards

Krutika Khatri

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Apr 19, 2011
Hi Kiruthika
by: Sathish

Hello frnd

First u should knw one thing. dont irritate bird.
Because of the place modification. so, fst u should keep ur bird love. then slowly u shold tell him and treat like a 3 yrs old child. keep that in silent place. then teach one by one. speak to him with love. ok

Oct 04, 2010
My Indian Ring Neck Parrot Which i had buy before 5 days he is not making any noise, i m worried abt it
by: Linda

If you bought your bird from a pet store, he may be sick and in need of being examined by an Avian Vet. There is a link on this site to help in finding an Avian Vet if you do not know where one is.

You cannot begin to tame and train your bird until he has a clean bill of health from an Avian Vet. DO NOT take bird to a regular dog and cat vet as they are not licensed or trained in the care of birds and will either do nothing or kill your bird.

Most birds coming from pet stores are already sick, and we recommend taking them to an Avian Vet during the first few days they are in your home.

Once he is declared well either by the Avian Vet or after he has received medications, then there are some training materials on this site and on other sites on the internet. Taming and training is a process, and cannot be explained in just a few words, so after he is seen by an Avian Vet, start doing some research about training. While at the Avian Vet's make sure they clip the 6 long Primary Flight feathers at the bottom end of each wing or you will have many problems with taming and training. Flighted birds will just fly away from you, while those with clipped wings are easier to tame and train. Make sure ONLY the 6 long Primary feathers on the bottom of each wing are clipped because going up any higher keeps the bird in constant pain and cripples them so they will be hurt when they fall to the floor.
Linda

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